So we have a requirement to allow certain users to login to their email via OWA and to a Sharepoint site but they should not be permitted to logon to the network in the office on a PC and therefore no access to shared drives etc.
Is there a way to do this in group policy or another way?
Log on to tab in AD will definitely work
You need to create any fake computer account in AD and you need to edit properties of all required users and add this computer account, so that they can't logon
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